Google Pay’s old version will lose person-to-person transfers in the near future, so Google recommends switching to the redesigned app…
Google is now informing users of its legacy Google Pay app that the old version on Android and iOS will lose support for person-to-person transfers in the United States. What’s more, Big G is urging those users to switch over to the rebuilt digital wallet. Doing so will allow consumers to view recent activity and transactions. Plus, take advantage of the new platform’s Mint-like features.
Legacy Google Pay App will Soon Lose Support for Person-to-Person Transfers in the US
Google completely overhauled Google Pay back in November of last year. The new interface is a serious improvement over the legacy version, offering a number of tools that better aggregate financial information into one place. In its plans to phase out the old experience, Google will cut off the peer-to-peer money transfer tool on Monday, April 5th, so users have about six weeks to make the switch.
Users who currently have funds in the legacy app will continue to have access to their digital wallets, including payment cards. But, after April 5th, those funds will only be accessible through the new Google Pay mobile application.